India | Himachal Pradesh | Trilokpur


Trilokpur, 24 km southwest of Nahan, is situated on an isolated hillock at an elevation of about 430 m above mean sea level. This place is famous for the temple of goddess Mahamaya Bala Sundari, built by Raja Dip Prakash in 1573. An important fair, Trilokpur Fair, held twice a year draws people from various parts of the country.

Trilokpur is accessible by road from Nahan (23 km) and is 6 km from Kalka-Ambala highway, the gateway to Nahan from Haryana. The nearest railway stations are Ambala, Chandigarh and Kalka.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Sirmaur
Location: Trilokpur

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